I was discharged in 2010 for a re-3p I have been trying to reenlist since 2010. Is there a statue of limitations on a re code of a dd214 I was under 180 days of service
Your RE Code stays on your DD 214 until and unless you are able to convince them to change it. There is no "statute of limitations."See question
I go on terminal leave in November and my ETS is Jan. I already have orders to get out the army can they change them and chapter 18 me?
Yes they can, but you can fight it. you need to retain a good military law attorney immediately.See question
I was discharged from the Navy for depression, I am not sure if this is a general or administrative separation. I never got into trouble or anything and I was told I am able to reenlist if I want to (I don't) but I am wondering if this will preven...
When one is discharged for depression, they can receive either an Honorable or a General (Under Honorable Conditions) discharge. While neither should (underline should) effect your ability to get a job in federal law enforcement, every agency sets its own hiring criteria. So the bottom line is it may stop you from getting some jobs, and may have no effect on others. I know that is not the definitive answer you are looking for, but there are numerous agencies out there, and every one is different. You will need your DD 214 to apply.See question
For sexual harassment of a new 36 year old female employee, is it advisable to hire a female attorney than a male attorney ?
Your question is whether you should fight a discrimination suit by discriminating. Hopefully, you will pick the best lawyer, regardless of gender.See question
I was separated from the Navy for depression, just before I left I was told that I am able to re-enlist if I want to in the future. What type of discharge would this be qualified as? It's been 10 years and I do not have a copy of my dd214 anymore.
I would only add to the two previous answers that given the downsizing of the military it is unlikely you will get a waiver to reenlist.See question
I AM CURRENTLY AT THE END OF MY MEB PROCESS I HAVE ORDERS AND ALL BUT MY TROOP IS NOW STARTING CHAPTER PAPERWORK. DO YOU THINK I WILL STILL BE ABLE TO ETS?? MY NEW ETS DATE IS 26OCT2016.
It is impossible to even venture a guess (and it would only be a guess) without more information about the nature of the allegation against you, the reason for the MEB, etc. All things you should not post on a public forum. You need to consult with an experienced military law attorney who can advise you as to the best way to proceed. If you can't afford private counsel, go to base defense, whether it be TDS (Army) or the ADC (Air Force.)See question
She was not a witness to any alleged crimes .
Without knowing anything about the case, none of us could venture a guess. Consult with an attorney and have them call the DA.See question
My husband is in the Army and he is suffering from major depressive disorder with avoidant traits. He has been hospitalized for the third time due to work related issues. The Army wants to kick him out because his condition is getting worse and he...
Mr. Sweet is correct. Your husband should contact the Legal Assistance Office on base or, if he can afford it, retain civilian counsel. He has too much at stake. He needs to confront it head on.See question
My Brigade Commander ordered an AR 15-6 investigation and when the IO interviewed my supervisor, he lied in the sworn statement. I needed to go to mental health and my supervisor refused. My supervisor never mentioned to the IO the fact that he de...
You can report the lie to your command, but what you really need to do is engage the services of a military law attorney to fight the findings of the 15-6 and represent your interests.See question
How are judges assigned to cases in the MD District? Is it the Court's Administrative Judge or his or her office that does it? I had a case where everything was going smoothly until a particular judge was assigned for trial. He dismissed my ca...
When I practiced in Maryland it was purely random, and I assume that is still the case.See question